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The UW-Superior Foundation provides numerous scholarships using money contributed by alumni and friends of the University. How and where a student applies for a scholarship varies according to their status. Please read the information below to learn how you can apply for a scholarship.
New students and school counselors
Prospective students and school counselors seeking information about scholarships should visit our Admissions website for scholarship information for new freshmen and transfer students.
Current UW-Superior students: Continuing students who wish to apply for UW-Superior Foundation scholarships through their academic departments should look here. Use the other links to review the scholarships available and their criteria, and find answers to frequently asked questions, You also will find links to scholarships offered by the UW-Superior Alumni Association.
Swenson Scholars: Swenson Scholarships will be temporarily renewed until spring semester grades are posted, and it is confirmed that the recipients meet the GPA and full-time status requirements. Swenson recipients do not have to reapply for the scholarship each year.
Faculty and staff: Visit here and follow the instructions for awarding scholarships. Use the other links to review the scholarships available and their criteria, and to find the answers to frequently asked scholarship questions.
The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation offers thousands of dollars each year to students in northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. For more information and to apply, visit the DSA Community Foundation website.
For a list of additional outside scholarships, visit Financial Aid.
How to apply for scholarships:
FAFSA will be used to determine whether or not a student has financial need. FAFSA paperwork must be submitted each year to the Financial Aid office in order to be considered for scholarships which include financial need as part of the criteria.
Students who receive a full tuition Foundation scholarship are not eligible for additional Foundation scholarships.
The scholarship award process:
You can get a Foundation Scholarship Application on this website, from your department chair or advisor, or pick up an application at the University Advancement Office in Old Main, room 237.
Submit only one scholarship application to each department in which you have a major. You do not have to fill out an application for each Foundation Scholarship for which you are applying.
Ask your department chair or advisor for this information before asking the University Advancement Office. (Not all applicants will receive scholarship awards.)
Only after the University Advancement Office receives your acceptance thank you letter(s) for your scholarship award.
Possibly. For best results on this question, go to the University Advancement Office in Old Main, room 237, for assistance. If you can’t get to the office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays, call (715) 394-8452.
Scholarships are listed below by academic department, individual programs, and other categories. Each scholarship listing includes the requirements students must meet to qualify for that scholarship. Because of their requirements, some scholarships are listed in more than one category. Students may qualify for scholarships in more than one category.
STUDENTS: The scholarship descriptions are for your information only, and to advise you to which offices to submit your application. When completing the Foundation Scholarship Application, do not specify which scholarships you are seeking. Your academic department or other office will determine which scholarship to award you.
Biology and Earth Sciences
Business and Economics
Chemistry and Physics
Health and Human Performance
Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity
Mathematics and Computer Science
Transportation and Logistics Management
World Languages, Literature and Cultures
Writing and Library Science
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Alumni Association raises money at special events so it can provide scholarships each year to new freshmen and to continuing undergraduate students enrolled at UW-Superior.
If you are new student enrolling at UW-Superior, please visit the Admissions page for more information about applying for scholarships.
If you already are enrolled at UW-Superior, select the continuing student link. Applications are due March 31. For more information, contact the UW-Superior Alumni Office at 715-394-8452 or email@example.com
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